Introducing a brilliant light source


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Introducing a brilliant light source

Just so as you know I went ahead and double-clicked the Clouds Filter a few more times until I achieve this effect right here, and then I went ahead and saved it off as Masked sunrays.psd. In this exercise we're going to finish off the composition by adding a burst of light coming out from underneath the clouds and we are going to embellish that light using a couple of smart filters as well. Again, if you're working along with me go ahead and scroll up to the top of the list here inside the Layers panel and you'll find this layer called sunlight.

I want you to go ahead and turn it on and notice it's just this black area with this blob of white in the upper right- hand corner that I painted rather roughly. I must have been using the Brush tool. And not I'd like you go up to the layer menu and choose the Arrange command and then choose Send to Back, or we can press Ctrl+Shift+ [, Command+Shift+[ on the Mac and that'll send that layer all the way to the back of the s...

Introducing a brilliant light source
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Introducing a brilliant light source provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Fundamentals

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Design
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Photoshop
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